Diversity was on full display as transgender, plus size and veteran models walked the runway during H&M's Paris Fashion Week show.
Amber Valletta, Andreja Pejic, Ashley Graham, Hari Nef, Jourdan Dunn, Pat Cleveland and Soo Joo Park embodied the brand's emphasis on woman's individuality presented at the historic Bourse de Commerce on Wednesday.
"This collection is about the strength and beauty of women, and how we express that power through our style," Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M's creative advisor, said in a statement to ET.
The show follows a breakout year for several of the models seen on H&M's runway.
In February, Graham became the first plus size model to cover Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit issue. "There is no perfect body, and we shouldn't be striving for perfection anymore," she told ET leading up to the cover's reveal.
Meanwhile, Nef and Pejic continue to break down barriers for the transgender community. Pejic recently covered Marie Claire Spain, her first major cover since her transition, calling it a "gate-opening moment for transgender models."
"[It] gives me hope in showing that girls like us, are girls that are just as good," she said.
Nef, who recently signed to IMG Models, has been enjoying success off the runway as the breakout star of Transparent season two.
Wednesday's show was also a special night for Cleveland. The 65-year-old supermodel returned to the runway, walking alongside her daughter Anna.
This limited-edition collection displayed on the runway will be available in 200 stores, as well as online, starting September 8.
Watch the video below to find out how Sports Illustrated redefined beauty by naming Graham an official swimsuit model: